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Author Archives: Klaus Noldes
We had a wonderful retreat in Plockhorst/Germany with Jack. People from Holland, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA and Germany coming together, inhabiting ever wider fielfs of Nature and Mind… .
As we found in our last session, thoughts cannot be inhabited. That seems to be a good explanation for why we are quite frustrated most of our time, because most of us think a lot. This same frustration I experience … Continue reading
After his enlightenment the Buddha did not teach, because he was convinced that the profound “knowledge” he found could not be transmitted. After being insistently being asked he finally started to teach and that’s the beginning of Buddhism, a spiritual … Continue reading
Tarthang Tulku in one of the TSK books.
Thank you very much to Jack and everybody involved for the new book. Although sometimes my sense is that everything has been said already and it’s time to practice I especially enjoyed the vignette. Right away it reminded me of … Continue reading
“Finally, remember that knowledge manifests more readily in the unexpected than the presupposed, and is most fully at home in what remains unnamed. Withhold your judgements, aware that not knowing is the real gateway to transformation.” (VOK,65)
Over the last days I was quite busy in optimizing mandalashop.koeln s website for being found in search engines (SEO). Like you will know the goal is to place your site as high as possible in Google & CO. You … Continue reading
This might be the modern version of Wittgenstein’s quote. In English: Simply shut up.
“The way is clear: We must exchange our “form-eyes” for “space-eyes”. Once we know how to do this, our prospects will expand beyond what we can presently imagine.” (DTS 29) Beside our focus on form (objects in outer space and … Continue reading